CWT Finds Increase in Overall Bookings

As fall approaches, 390 Carlson Wagonlit Travel Associates report that international trips on Caribbean cruises and to Cancun, Mexico and Rome continue to dominate clients' fall vacation destinations, while domestically, Las Vegas, Orlando, and Honolulu claim the top bookings. Caribbean cruising and Las Vegas also held the top fall vacation spots last year, while Rome moved up to number three from number four. The majority of these vacations span six to seven days, with 71 percent of CWT associates stating that that timeframe is the average vacation length they've been booking for the remainder of 2007. Too, CWT associates said that overall bookings for the year are up nearly 4 percent. Visit [www.carlsontravel.com].

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